Wollongong's newest bar is about to open to the public Friday morning, with a slew of funky arcade games and cocktails.
B Lucky & Sons comes to you from the parent company of mini-golf bar Holey Moley, with the two now setup side-by-side in the lower ground of Wollongong Central.
Stepping inside is like walking into another world with the facade like an old English pawn shop complete with staff in newsboy caps and suspenders.
Brand manager Jacqui Angus likened the uniforms to the British crimer series Peaky Blinders set in 1919.
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"The idea is that it's the facade of a pawn shop you walk in," Ms Angus said.
"Then you uncover through the velvet curtains this east meets west, crazy, casiono-ish arcade - like a hidden den of dazzlement."
The venture houses a range of arcade and computer games including Daytona racing, a giant Space Invadors, skill testers, basketball hoops, and dance machines in addition to food and beverages.
Jackpot prizes on offer from playing the arcade games range from a botox vouchers to Pez dispensers, jewelry, vintage toys and new iPhones.
Wollongong was chosen for the third installment of the franchise, which recently opened venues in Brisbane and Melbourne.
The arcade will be open seven days a week: from 12pm until 10pm Monday to Wednesday; 10am to midnight Thursday to Saturday; and 10am to 10pm Sundays.
B.Lucky is the newest venture for Funlab who also own Strike bowling bars, Sky Zone trampoline parks and Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq.